The Call for Chief Security Officers to Become Crisis Leaders

The Call for Chief Security Officers to Become Crisis Leaders

In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, today’s CSOs are more focused than ever on business resilience—with expanded mandates and a renewed focus on crises. To ensure their organization can thrive amid disruption and uncertainty, they must move from managing to leading crises.


  • How to empower your team to make effective, well-informed decisions by painting a vivid picture of immediate and future scenarios and communicating it widely
  • What to pay attention to—inside and outside of your organization—so you can better prepare for the unexpected and stay abreast of the evolving risk ecosystem
  • Why stress testing your response during a crisis is as critical to the safety of your organization as developing risk and security protocols

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